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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Learning self-care skills after spinal cord injury: a qualitative study

Partici-pant UW-SES-6 Age Higher educationa Having a partner SCI level start (end)b AIS start (end)b Days inpatient rehabilitation
A 29 (high) 55–60 No Yes T4 (L1) D 91
B 26 (high) 60–65 Yes Yes C4 (C3) D 91
C 25 (high) 55–60 No Yes T4 D 92
D 24 (high) 55–60 No Yes T10 D 44
E 24 (high) 50–55 No Yes C7 C (D) 113
F 24 (high) 40–45 Yes No C3 D 39
G 23 (high) 70–75 Yes Yes C4 (C5) D 37
H 19 (middle) 60–65 Yes Yes T9 D 77
I 18 (middle) 65–70 Yes Yes T11 D 57
J 16 (middle) 30–35 Yes Yes T1 D 56
K 15 (low) 75–80 No No T12 C (D) 80
L 14 (low) 55–60 Yes No C5 (C6) D 64
M 14 (low) 65–70 No Yes C3 C 203
N 11 (low) 65–70 No Yes T11 (L1) C 85
O 11 (low) 55–60 Yes Yes C5 (C6) A 250
  1. UW-SES-6, University of Washington Self-efficacy Scale six item version; SCI, spinal cord injury; AIS, American spinal cord injury association Impairment Scale
  2. aHigher education = bachelor degree or higher
  3. bThe end of inpatient rehabilitation is only given if there is a difference